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's interesting to me, although i don't believe that lincoln -- that the delivery manuscript that he held in his hand was the nickolai copy. for reasons that i'll say in a minute. but it does make sense that he has trouble getting -- if that were the case, it would explain why he has this sort of weak repetition of the unfinished work. the unfinished work, the great task remain before us. because it comes right exactly at that point in the manuscript. in my analysis and my book "lincoln seward," i got interested in the kind of way that almost musical notation he uses the word "here." but that's a little technical. but i think he's the kind of letterician and rhetorical master who thought at that level. and i think if there's one criticism that some people make, it is that he took one of the "heres" out in this version, the bliss version. that in the everett and ban versions before he had one more "here." for which they here gave the full measure of devotion. in the last one he took it out. i still seem to want to hear it. and then there doesn't seem to be any doubt that he said "under god". ther
. they are like a national park. except it doesn't have -- they don't have defined boundaries. southeastern michigan, our heritage area, which is called motor city's national heritage area, is telling the automotive history of our area. it's a consortium of auto sites all over southeastern michigan. the art museum. the house in gross pointe's part of the auto heritage area. so we're a collection of sites. and we try to market each other to tell visitors to our area places that they can go to view our automotive history of our area. the industry has downtimes. but it also has downtimes. collectively, the auto industry has been a very important part of our region. >>> throughout the weekend, american history tv is featuring ann arbor, michigan. our local content vehicles recently traveled there to learn about its rich history. learn more about ann arbor and c-span's local content vehicles at c-span.org/localcontent. >>> jacqueline kennedy's time as first lady was defined as never before by images. a young family entering the white house. international fame. and the tragedy of a grieving widow
routinely do so on social networks. we don't think about the fact that our google searches are tracked. my google searches would be very incriminating. i'm looking at different date rape drugs and things like that. people may sitting there with their commuter think they're engaged in some secret activity not knowing it's as if there were a big eyeball on the other end keeping track of the things that you do. >> four score and seven years ago, our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation. p conceived in libt and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. now we are engaged in a great civil war test iing with this nation and all area nations so conceived and so dedicated can long endure. we are met on a great battlefield of that war. i have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives so the nation might live. it is all together fitting and proper that we should do this but in a larger sense. we cannot dedicate. we cannot consecrate. we cannot harrow this ground. brave men who stumbled here have consecrate
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